During an interview on Sunday with ABC's "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos, Conway commented that "if you're now in Medicaid, if you became a Medicaid recipient through the Obamacare expansion, you're grandfathered in".
"These are not cuts to Medicaid,"Conway told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's This Week".
During an appearance on This Week Sunday, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said that those who may lose Medicaid coverage under a new healthcare bill don't deserve coverage because they should be working anyway, according to Fortune. Medicaid's imperative. Its founding was meant to help the poor, the sick, the needy, the disabled children, some elderly women, particularly pregnant women. "It's slowing the rate of growth in the future and getting Medicaid back to where it was".
"Well, I respectfully disagree with her analysis. based on what I've seen, given the inflation rate that would be applied in the outer years to the Medicaid program, the Senate bill is going to have more impact on Medicaid program than even the House bill".
It would be great to get Democrats to work with Republicans on healthcare, Conway noted. Medicaid over time would be unsustainable and unaffordable because ObamaCare failed to bring the costs down foyer healthcare, so the states are having very hard time meeting the bills. The report also found that only 63 percent of Americans who worked for companies that offered health benefits received health coverage from their employers. But we don't see them as cuts. "We're talking about in the future". "If you are able-bodied and you would like to go and find employment and employer-sponsored benefits then you should be able to do that".
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"He has served with 30 years with distinction on the court", said Conway.
Appearing on ABC "This Week" program, Conway faced tough questions about steep cuts to Medicaid in the Better Health Care Act ― the bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act that Senate Republican leaders released on Thursday and hope to bring to a vote this week.
For those who have jobs that don't offer health insurance, she added, "Maybe you belong in other places".
Kellyanne Conway says the Senate health care bill, which dramatically harms the poorest and most in need Americans by cutting $800 billion from Medicaid, does not cut Medicaid. We have 83 insurers have left the exchanges just previous year with two dozen more promising to do so in 2018.